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zaphod

  • 3 years ago

can anyone explain me, how to do this :)

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  1. zaphod
    • 3 years ago
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    http://screencast.com/t/9rLKW4k9

  2. zaphod
    • 3 years ago
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    @Callisto @ParthKohli @UnkleRhaukus @Hero

  3. rajathsbhat
    • 3 years ago
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    |dw:1351326687906:dw| As you can see, the total horizontal force is \[F_x=2F cos \theta \\ where\; cos \theta=\frac{3}{5}\]

  4. Aperogalics
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    |dw:1351326544993:dw| In X axis F=2T cos x where x=30/50=3/5[it is twice as OA and AC both components are same] so F=2*4*3/5=24/5=4.8N i.e (C)

  5. Aperogalics
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    But actually if i talk for exactness the information is wrong as elastic force is directly proportional to streching and it changes as we releases so integration is involved and lots more:)

  6. zaphod
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    the answer is 8N

  7. Aperogalics
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    so u mean none of a , b ,c & d.................:0

  8. zaphod
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    no ur right

  9. zaphod
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    so its like this the resultant of both tension = force

  10. Aperogalics
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    yup

  11. Aperogalics
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    :)

  12. rajathsbhat
    • 3 years ago
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    Why have people stopped giving medals for the help they receive or the responses they like? @Aperogalics deserves a medal for his time and effort :s

  13. Aperogalics
    • 3 years ago
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    ya this time u r correct HIS:) @rajathsbhat

  14. zaphod
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    sorry bro:( i was busy doing my work anyway u both deserve a medal. my apologizes again..

  15. rajathsbhat
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    lol sorry x)

  16. Aperogalics
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    @zaphod i don't work 4 a medal i work 4 only giving knowledge and @rajathsbhat don't be sry it just happens mostly with me:P lolz

  17. rajathsbhat
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    A medal is just a way to say "Your help is appreciated". And don't you agree that it feels good to have someone say that to you?

  18. Aperogalics
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    i really dont know what a medal means here as i join it just 2 days ago:)

  19. Aperogalics
    • 3 years ago
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    @zaphod as the question is completed just close it:)

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